'This American Life' host to be at Westobou

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Public radio personality Ira Glass will appear at the Westobou Festival, Augusta's 10-day arts celebration from Sept. 28 to Oct. 8.

Since 1995, Glass has hosted This American Life, produced by Public Radio International.

The performance is scheduled for Oct. 1 at the Maxwell Performing Arts Theatre on the campus of Augusta State University.

Ticket information hasn't been announced. For more information, watch the Westobou Festival Facebook page or see WestobouFestival.com.

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townes22 03/25/11 - 08:21 pm
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Great job Westobou! Love Ira

Great job Westobou! Love Ira and This American Life!

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Augusta Gardener 03/27/11 - 01:25 pm
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That sounds exciting! Great

That sounds exciting! Great venue, too- very accessible & nice acoustics. Well done, Westobou staff!

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augustaguy17 10/26/11 - 09:26 pm
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Augusta State University has

Augusta State University has for years funneled many thousands of dollars down the toilet by “investing” in Georgia Public Broadcasting, with very little return. That includes paying a salary and benefits for an employee to sit in an empty radio studio…doing what??? And why is there so much signal trouble with the radio and television stations? Augusta State has many times gotten low marks for academic performance. Why doesn’t President Bloodworth and the university make academics a priority for once? Why doesn’t the Augusta Chronicle do the real story: the wasteful spending by Augusta State on a failing venture…instead of the usual p.r. crud? It’s your state dollars, folks.

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